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Tampa Bay Fishing Reports


2017-11-03
3:33 PM

Fall Fishing - Fall fishing with the two hard fronts behind us, they dropped the water temperatures dramatically. The lower temperatures have changed things up for the last couple weeks. The bait has moved around and our target fish have huddled down a bit. Now more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-11-02
5:03 AM

The Time Is Now For Tampa Bay Fishing! - If it bites, you can catch it this time of year in Tampa Bay. Fall makes for some great fishing for a couple of different reasons. One of the biggest reasons fall is such a great time to fish is that bait is aplenty and easy to catch. Another reas more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2017-10-25
10:55 AM

Fall Has Arrived In Tampa Bay - Cooler Temps Means Great Fishing - Tampa Bay Fishing Report Well, Halloween is not far off, and people are going to the store to get their costumes and candy for the little one's, but not me, I've been fishing a lot these past few weeks. Lots of charters with happy anglers, b more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-10-23
4:17 PM

Summer today but Fall is on the way! - It's in the 80's and muggy while I'm typing this but in 48 hours it will be 54 degrees. It will be a shock to my system and will kick the fish into oh crap we better eat mode. This annual change brings some of the best fishing of the year as fish try more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-10-05
8:01 AM

The Bite is Getting Right In Tampa Bay - Tampa Bay Charter Inshore Fishing Report: Oct 3rd October is known for many things, cooler temps up north and usually here as well, pumpkin spice on the menu, and of course, lots of Redfish!! October is a great month to target redfish and snook. T more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay


2017-10-04
4:52 PM

After Hurricane Irma - The water is cleaning up nicely after hurricane Irma decided to come up our coast. Lots of bait pushed back in causing other species to follow. There are lots of Spanish mackerel feeding on the schools of threadfins. Placing your baits into the sc more...
Capt. Dustin Hilliard - Tampa Bay


2017-10-03
3:40 PM

Post Irma Fishing Is Insanely Good - It's been a bit of a rollercoaster following Hurricane Irma. My house in Big Pine Key was severely damaged and dealing with insurance companies has been a bear. On a lighter note I have been running charters in Tampa and the fishing has been fantasti more...
Capt. Brandon Henley - Tampa Bay


2017-09-28
4:46 PM

Tampa Bay fishing Report Sept 2017 - Tampa Bay fishing charters have been catching lots of Snook, a few reds, and limits of trout. The bay fishing is about to get really good as soon as the first cold fronts hit and the fish push into the bay, and for the anglers that will be here for t more...
Capt. Jared Simonetti - Tampa Bay


2017-09-18
6:37 PM

Weather Is Changing In Tampa Bay! - The bite has been hot and heavy in Tampa Bay this summer. The heat has been relentless, but it did make for some good fishing in some different areas where we got to use some different tactics. We have not had any issues getting on a good bite more...
Capt. TJ Stewart - Tampa Bay


2017-09-17
8:34 AM

Fall Fishing Not Far Off -Tampa Bay Fishing Charters - September is half over, and although it is usually a great month to get out on the water, we had an unwelcome visitor to our area. Hurricane Irma was the largest hurricane on record; it stayed a Cat 5 for more than 3 days and hit the Keys as a Cat 4 more...
Capt. John Rivers - Tampa Bay

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